Post # 1
Okay so logically I know that I have plenty of things done and plenty of time to go, but everytime I look at all those unchecked boxes on TheKnot’s wedding checklist I feel sick!!
Haha it doesn’t help that I just got their little email in my inbox today saying “OHmigoshes, TinyTina, you only have 10 month to go!”
Not cute TK, not cute at all…
Post # 3
lol you’re saying this as i’m updating mine. i marked so many things off of my August checklist but I keep adding new things to my September one and the lump in my throat is growing!
Post # 4
I am exatly the opposite, but I am a to-do list maker in life in general. My favorite part about my wedding planning binder is the 15 page checklist in the front. I love checking off the boxes! It also really does help to keep me organized, and I think make a weekly to-do list on my board at home from the big to-do list in my planning book. I am not sure where I would be right now without it.
Post # 5
i know i’m just scrolling down and scrolling down and the list keeps going of things we have yet to do!
Post # 6
- Wedding: October 2011 - Tre Bella, Mesa, AZ
LOL. It’ll come together slowly and you’ll feel better. I went through a similar checklist on mywedding, and after I had reviewed budget and what I wanted, I basically stopped looking at it until I had done so much, I couldn’t remember what was left (just the little things, basically). 😉 If you’re not a list-maker, I’d turn off those notifications. That kind of thing gives me anxiety.
Post # 7
Me too! I know I have things under control (I’d better, I’ve only got 32 days!), but my God those checklists make me uncomfortable sometimes.
Post # 8
Those checklists stressed me out to no end when I planned our wedding. I found one where I could delete items that did not apply, and once I got rid of such things as “start rigorous workout routine” and “buy wedding magazine and drool over dresses”, the list got much smaller and I felt much better.
Also, they made me feel like I should have booked certain vendors 5 years in advance and that I was waaaaay behind. But everything turned out just fine.
Post # 9
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
Start checking off ish that you have no intention of doing. It feels good! “Book transportation”…. eh, no thanks. “Remind groomsmen to get fitted” for the 8th time…. they are big boys and I trust them to be all over that. “Select outfit for the flower girl”…. thanks, but we’re not having one of those.
Post # 10
yes especially 4 days before your wedding *gulp*